People: Aug. 10, 1970

Golf's Man of the Year is that laugh-a-minute duffer who came closer to breaking pro Doug Sanders' skull than he ever came to breaking par. Spiro Agnew, honored at the Ail-American Collegiate Golf Dinner for his participation in charity tournaments, characterized himself as "the Harold Stassen of golf." Explained Agnew: "I don't win very often, but I'm always ready to tee off again."

Two society pianists belted out Rodgers and Hart show tunes and one of the guests—those present swore to conceal her identity—performed an acceptable cancan. Britain's Queen Mother Elizabeth loved it. That...

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